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MOSCOW EXCHANGE MICEX-RTS

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Moscow Exchange MICEX RTS : ESG Databook

11/11/2022 | 08:22am EST
Introduction
ESG-databook
Table of contents:
Genuine partnership
Responsible investing and sustainable growth
Environment of respect and empowerment
Advanced governance and responsible business practices
Trusted and resilient infrastructure
Resource efficiency and environmental impact
Genuine partnership
Genuine partnership1
Engagement and training
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
G1 203-1 1 Number of unique individual customers million people 3.9 8.8 16.8
G1 203-1 1 Number of students participating in Moscow Exchange School for individual investor thousand people >74 >80 >164
G1 203-1 1 Number of people who took part in financial literacy improvement activities thousand people >90 >100 >100
G1 203-1 2 Number of participants in the student conference MOEX Progress: Development of the Russian Financial Market people 30 35 35
G1 203-1 2 Number of participants in professional forums and conferences organized by Moscow Exchange thousand people >4 >100 >140
G1 203-1 1 Number of employees who took part in financial literacy improvement activities organized by Moscow Exchange people - - 17
Charity
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
G2 203-1 1 Funds allocated for charity projects, total RUB million 24.2 113.2 34.9
G2 203-1 1 Science, education and improvement of the financial literacy of the public RUB million 10.4 9.5 19.1
G2 203-1 1 Support for veterans RUB million 4.2 5.3 3.2
G2 203-1 1 Healthcare, rehabilitation, and care for people with disabilities or COVID-19 RUB million 8.4 97.9 10.5
G2 203-1 1 Other RUB million 1.2 0.7 2.1
G2 203-1 1 Number of people who received aid from charity programs, total people - 1 081 395 3 559
G2 203-1 1 Science, education and improvement of the financial literacy of the public people - 78 15
G2 203-1 1 Support for veterans people - 62 43
G2 203-1 1 Healthcare, rehabilitation, and care for people with disabilities or COVID-19 people - 1 081 255 2 470
G2 203-1 1 Other people - - 1 031
Sponsorship
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
G2 203-1 1 Funds allocated for sponsorship, total RUB million 95.0 47.5 57.6
G2 203-1 1 Community engagement RUB million 86.0 17.4 21.0
G2 203-1 1 Education and science RUB million 0.9 22.6 28.5
G2 203-1 1 Sports and healthy lifestyle RUB million 8.1 7.5 8.1
Donations by the organization for political purposes
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
G2 415-1 1 Funds allocated for political purposes RUB million 0 0 0
1 - the list of priority UN sustainable development goals (SDGs) for PJSC Moscow Exchange was approved by the Protocol of the Supervisory Board dated April 29, 2021 No. 1
2 - the first perimeter corresponds to information pertinent to Moscow Exchange, the NSD, and the NCC; the second perimeter corresponds to information pertinent only to Moscow Exchange
Responsible investing
Responsible investing and sustainable growth1
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
R1 FN-EX-000.A 2 Market capitalization (at year end) RUB billion 245.5 362.5 348.0
R1 FN-EX-000.A 1 Operating income RUB billion 43.2 48.6 54.9
R1 FN-EX-000.A 1 Dividend per share RUB 7.7 7.93 9.45
R1 FN-EX-000.A 2 Net debt/EBITDA - -3.2 -2.95 -2.34
R1 FN-EX-000.A 1 Cost to income ratio % 35.7 34.5 37.4
Market dynamics
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
R2 2 Trading volume on all markets RUB trillion 798.3 947.2 1 009,6
R2 2 Trading volume on the Equity Market RUB trillion 12.4 23.9 30.0
R2 2 Average daily number of transactions on the Equity Market thousand 514.2 1 293,5 2 141,4
R2 2 Trading volume on the Derivatives Market RUB trillion 82.4 129.9 158.0
R2 2 Average daily number of transactions on the Derivatives Market thousand 898.3 1,488.0 1,536.0
R2 2 Trading volume on the Bond Market RUB trillion 28.2 30.6 22.4
R2 2 Average daily number of transactions on the Bond Market thousand 21.1 46.5 62.9
R2 2 Trading volume on the FX Market RUB trillion 308.3 328.9 319.8
R2 2 Average daily number of transactions on the FX Market thousand 72.3 232.5 445.5
R2 2 Trading volume on the Money Market (excluding CMS repo) RUB trillion 346.3 426.8 474.0
R2 2 Average daily number of transactions on the Money Market thousand 11.1 33.6 95.8
R2 2 Share of international investors in the total trading volume on the Equity Market % 49 46 48
R2 2 Share of international investors in the total trading volume on the Derivatives Market % 49 49 48
R2 2 Share of international investors in the total trading volume on the Bond Market % 13 16 13
R2 2 Share of international investors in the total trading volume on the FX Market % 12 18 16
R2 2 Share of international investors in the total trading volume on the Money Market % 13 11 9
R2 2 Corporate bonds placement volume RUB trillion 3.2 4.0 3.3
R2 2 Corporate IPO/SPO placement volume RUB billion 455.4 260.4 513.0
R2 2 Percentage of high-frequency trading on the Equity Market of the total trading volume % 52.0 51.4 53.4
R2 2 Percentage of high-frequency trading on the Derivatives Market of the total trading volume % 15.2 20.4 18.1
R2 2 Percentage of high-frequency trading on the FX Market of the total trading volume % 59.7 61.9 66.0
R2 2 Number of products developed/adapted for retail investors number - 2 4
R2 2 Number of products on the personal finance platform Finuslugi.ru number - 2 4
Sustainable financial instruments
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
R3 2 SME bond offering volumes in the Growth sector RUB billion 3.1 6.4 7.9
R3 2 Number of SME issuers in the Growth sector number 15 22 28
R3 2 Secondary trading volumes in the Innovation and Investment Market (IIM) RUB billion 58 280 335
R3 2 Number of securities in the IIM number 15 24 28
R3 2 Capital raised in the IIM RUB billion / USD million - 17.5 12,5/500
R3 2 Primary offering volumes in the Sustainability sector RUB billion 1.9 11.5 169.4
R5 2 Number of ESG instrument types number 3 4 10
R5 2 Number of bond issues in the Sustainability sector number 6 13 22
R6 2 Number of ESG indices number 2 2 5
R6 2 Number of ESG ETFs number - 2 6
Respect and empowerment
Environment of respect and empowerment1
Employee engagement and efficiency
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
E1 102-7 401-1 1 Average employee headcount people 1 680 1 815 1 984
E1 102-7 401-1 1 Average number of male employees people 924 1 023 1 156
E1 102-7 401-1 1 Average number of female employees people 756 792 828
E1 102-7 401-1 1 Total number of employees at year end people 1 760 1 981 2 199
E1 102-7 401-1 1 Total number of male employees at year end people 932 1 093 1 246
E1 102-7 401-1 1 Total number of female employees at year end people 828 888 953
E1 1 Wages and other payments to employees (including benefits) RUB billion 7.1 8.5 9.9
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires, total people 346 484 683
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires as a percentage of the workforce % 20 24 31
E1 401-1 1 New male employee hires people 200 320 435
E1 401-1 1 New male employee hires as a percentage of the workforce % 21 29 35
E1 401-1 1 New female employee hires people 146 164 248
E1 401-1 1 New female employee hires as a percentage of the workforce % 18 18 26
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires under 30 years of age people 147 170 255
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires under 30 years of age as a percentage of the workforce % 56 54 66
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires 30 to 50 years of age people 186 288 405
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires 30 to 50 years of age as a percentage of the workforce % 16 22 27
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires over 50 years of age people 13 26 23
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires over 50 years of age as a percentage of the workforce % 4 8 7
E1 401-1 1 New employee hires who are disabled people 0 2 0
E1 401-1 1 Trainees people 37 42 67
E1 401-1 1 Trainees hired upon completion of traineeship people 10 12 14
E1 401-1 1 Dismissed employees, total people 265 270 460
E1 401-1 1 Dismissed male employees people 154 163 279
E1 401-1 1 Dismissed female employees people 111 107 181
E1 401-1 1 Dismissed employees under 30 years of age people 78 73 127
E1 401-1 1 Dismissed employees 30 to 50 years of age people 142 155 280
E1 401-1 1 Dismissed employees over 50 years of age people 45 42 53
E1 401-1 1 Employee turnover % 11.1 7.9 18.0
E1 401-1 1 Turnover of male employees under 30 years of age % 2.1 1.3 3.5
E1 401-1 1 Turnover of female employees under 30 years of age % 1.2 0.6 1.8
E1 401-1 1 Turnover of male employees 30 to 50 years of age % 4 3.4 7.1
E1 401-1 1 Turnover of female employees 30 to 50 years of age % 2.4 1.7 4.2
E1 401-1 1 Turnover of male employees over 50 years of age % 0.8 0.4 0.8
E1 401-1 1 Turnover of female employees over 50 years of age % 0.6 0.5 0.6
E1 401-1 1 Variance in employee turnover compared to last year (full-time employees) p.p. 2.3 -3.4 10.1
E1 401-1 1 Employee turnover (as per GRI methodology) % 15.1 13.6 21.0
E1 401-1 1 Employee turnover (as per GRI methodology), women % 13.4 12.0 19.0
E1 401-1 1 Employee turnover (as per GRI methodology), men % 16.5 14.9 22.4
E1 401-1 1 Employee turnover (as per GRI methodology), under 30 years of age % 29.7 23.0 32.9
E1 401-1 1 Employee turnover (as per GRI methodology), 30 to 50 years of age % 11.8 11.6 18.9
E1 401-1 1 Employee turnover (as per GRI methodology), over 50 years of age % 15.1 13.0 16.1
E1 401-1 1 Variance in employee turnover, as per GRI methodology p.p. -0.9 -1.5 7.4
E1 1 Percentage of employees who underwent a satisfaction/engagement review, total % - 86.0 85.1
E1 1 Percentage of engaged employees 85.0 86.2
E1 1 Percentage of loyal employees 84.0 81.4
E1 1 Percentage of satisfied employees 87.0 87.9
E1 102-8 1 Percentage of full-time employees % 98 98 97
E1 102-8 1 Percentage of part-time employees % 2 2 3
E1 102-8 1 Employees under a permanent employment contract, total people 1 630 1 853 2 077
E1 102-8 1 Male employees under a permanent employment contract people 869 1 029 1 188
E1 102-8 1 Female employees under a permanent employment contract people 761 824 889
E1 102-8 1 Employees under a temporary employment contract, total people 130 128 122
E1 102-8 1 Male employees under a temporary employment contract people 63 64 58
E1 102-8 1 Female employees under a temporary employment contract people 67 64 64
E1 102-8 1 Full-time employees, total people 1 726 1 939 2 126
E1 102-8 1 Full-time male employees people 915 1 073 1 213
E1 102-8 1 Full-time female employees people 811 866 913
E1 102-8 1 Part-time employees, total people 34 42 73
E1 102-8 1 Part-time male employees people 17 20 33
E1 102-8 1 Part-time female employees people 17 22 40
E1 102-8 1 Performance of a significant portion of the Company's activities by workers who are not employees (other employees) none none none
E1 405-1 1 Members of the Supervisory Board, total people 12 12 12
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of male members of the Supervisory Board % 83 83 83
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of female members of the Supervisory Board % 17 17 17
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of members of the Supervisory Board under 30 years of age % 0 0 0
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of members of the Supervisory Board 30 to 50 years of age % 42 42 42
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of members of the Supervisory Board over 50 years of age % 58 58 58
E1 405-1 1 Senior executives, total people 20 14 13
E1 405-1 1 Male senior executives people 13 10 10
E1 405-1 1 Female senior executives people 7 4 3
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of male senior executives % 65 71 77
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of female senior executives % 35 29 23
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of senior executives under 30 years of age % 0 0 0
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of senior executives 30 to 50 years of age % 70 64 54
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of senior executives over 50 years of age % 30 36 46
E1 405-1 1 Functional department managers, total people 382 408 429
E1 405-1 1 Male functional department managers people 231 254 273
E1 405-1 1 Female functional department managers people 151 154 156
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of male functional department managers % 60 62 64
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of female functional department managers % 40 38 36
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of functional department managers under 30 years of age % 1.8 2.9 2.8
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of functional department managers 30 to 50 years of age % 72.8 72.8 76.9
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of functional department managers over 50 years of age % 25.4 24.3 20.3
E1 405-1 1 Functional department managers with disabilities people 0 0 1
E1 405-1 1 Specialists, total people 1 327 1 544 1 742
E1 405-1 1 Male specialists people 657 814 948
E1 405-1 1 Female specialists people 670 730 794
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of male specialists % 50 53 54
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of female specialists % 50 47 46
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of specialists under 30 years of age % 19 20 21
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of specialists 30 to 50 years of age % 67 66 66
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of specialists over 50 years of age % 14 14 13
E1 405-1 1 Specialists with disabilities people 9 9 8
E1 405-1 1 Workers, total people 31 15 15
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of male workers % 100 100 100
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of female workers % 0 0 0
E1 405-1 1 ercentage of workers under 30 years of age % 0 0 0
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of workers 30 to 50 years of age % 54.8 66.7 66.7
E1 405-1 1 Percentage of workers over 50 years of age % 45.2 33.3 33.3
E1 401-3 1 Total number of employees who were entitled to parental leave people 1 760 1 981 2 199
1 of which: men people 932 1 093 1 246
1 of which: women people 828 888 953
E1 401-3 1 Employees who took parental leave, total people 42 30 29
E1 401-3 1 Female employees who took parental leave people 41 30 28
E1 401-3 1 Male employees who took parental leave people 1 0 1
E1 401-3 1 Employees who returned to work after parental leave, total people 34 26 20
1 of which: women people 34 26 20
1 of which: men people 0 0 0
E1 401-3 1 Employees who returned to work after parental leave ended who were still employed 12 months after their return to work people 21 25 14
1 of which: women people 20 25 14
1 of which: men people 1 0 0
E1 401-3 1 Return to work rate (ratio of the total number of employees who did return to work after parental leave to the total number of employees due to return to work after taking parental leave this year) rate - 0.8 0.6
1 of which: women rate - 0.8 0.6
1 of which: men rate - 0 0
E1 401-3 1 Retention rate (percentage of employees retained in the company after returning to work following a period of parental leave) rate 0.8 0.7 0.5
1 of which: women rate - 0.7 0.5
1 of which: men rate - 0 0
E1 102-41 1 Number of complaints received with respect to violations of employees' right to freedom of association and collective bargaining number 0 0 0
E1 102-41 1 Percentage of total employees covered by collective bargaining agreements % 0 0 0
E1 1 Percentage of employees in trade unions % 0 0 0
Learning and development
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
E2 404-1 1 Hours of training, total hours 48,683 23,993 40,812
E2 404-1 1 Average hours of training per year per employee (as per GRI) hours 28 12 19
E2 404-1 1 Average hours of training per year per female employee hours 29 11 17
E2 404-1 1 Average hours of training per year per male employee hours 26 13 20
E2 404-1 1 Percentage of employees who completed training, total % 79 60 43
E2 404-1 1 Number of training hours per male senior executive hours 31 34 84
E2 404-1 1 Number of training hours per female senior executive hours 66 18 50
E2 404-1 1 Number of training hours per male functional department manager hours 53 23 40
E2 404-1 1 Number of training hours per female functional department manager hours 57 26 49
E2 404-1 1 Number of training hours per male specialist hours 18 10 14
E2 404-1 1 Number of training hours per female specialist hours 23 8 10
E2 404-1 1 Number of training hours per male worker hours 2 0 0
E2 404-1 1 Number of training hours per female worker hours 0 0 0
E2 404-1 2 Percentage of employees of the relevant departments who completed sustainability management training, out of the total number of employees % - - 10
E2 404-3 1 Percentage of employees who underwent a regular performance and career development review, total % 100 100 100
E2 404-3 1 Percentage of male senior executives who underwent a regular performance and career development review % 100 100 100
E2 404-3 1 Percentage of female senior executives who underwent a regular performance and career development review % 100 100 100
E2 404-3 1 Percentage of male functional department managers who underwent a regular performance and career development review % 100 100 100
E2 404-3 1 Percentage of female functional department managers who underwent a regular performance and career development review % 100 100 100
E2 404-3 1 Percentage of male specialists who underwent a regular performance and career development review % 100 100 100
E2 404-3 1 Percentage of female specialists who underwent a regular performance and career development review % 100 100 100
E2 404-3 1 Percentage of employees for whom goals have been set (under a performance appraisal) % 100 100 100
Diversity and equal opportunity
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
E3 405-1 1 Percentage of women out of the total number of employees % 47 45 43
E3 405-1 2 Percentage of women on the Supervisory Board % 17 17 17
E3 405-1 1 Percentage of women out of the total number of functional department managers % 40 37 36
E3 405-1 1 Percentage of women out of the total number of senior executives % 35 28 23
E3 405-1 1 Percentage of women in managerial positions in profit�generating areas of the business (front office) % - 31 31
E3 405-2 1 Average gender pay gap: all employees rate - 1.39 1.33
E3 405-2 1 Average gender pay gap: functional department managers rate 1.17 1.16 1.15
E3 405-3 1 Average gender pay gap: specialists rate 1.27 1.32 1.27
E3 406-1 1 Employees with disabilities people 9 9 9
E3 1 Total number of confirmed incidents of discrimination in the reporting period number 0 0 0
E3 202-1 1 Average pay of entry-level specialists and workers, including bonuses: total RUB 82 500 85 680 94 170
E3 202-1 1 Average pay of entry-level specialists and workers, including bonuses: males RUB 82 000 85 260 95 700
E3 202-1 1 Average pay of entry-level specialists and workers, including bonuses: females RUB 83 000 88 100 85 700
E3 202-1 1 Minimum statutory monthly pay in Moscow RUB 20 185 20 195 20 589
E3 202-1 1 Ratio of the average pay of entry-level specialists and workers, including bonuses, to the minimum statutory monthly pay in Moscow rate 4.1 4.2 4.6
E3 202-1 1 Ratio of the average pay of male entry-level specialists and workers, including bonuses, to the minimum statutory monthly pay in Moscow rate 4.06 4.20 4.60
E3 202-1 1 Ratio of the average pay of female entry-level specialists and workers, including bonuses, to the minimum statutory monthly pay in Moscow rate 4.1 4.4 4.2
E3 1 Availability of variable remuneration in the form of shares for employees, other than senior management yes yes yes
Occupational health and safety, and employee well-being
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
E4 403-5 1 Number of employees who completed OHS training people 374 517 360
E4 403-9 1 Number of work-related injuries, total incidents 0 0 0
E4 403-9 1 Number of work-related injuries among employees incidents 0 0 0
E4 403-9 1 Work-related injury rate (ratio of the number of work-related injuries of employees to the total number of hours worked) rate 0 0 0
E4 403-10 1 Cases of work-related illness number 0 0 0
E4 403-10 1 Fatalities as a result of work-related illness number 0 0 0
E4 1 Rate of absenteeism rate 0 0 0
E4 1 Number of workplaces for which a special assessment of working conditions was carried out workplaces 103 958 0
Responsible business practices
Advanced governance and responsible business practices1
Direct economic value, generated and distributed
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
A1 201-1 1 Generated direct economic value: total income (revenue) RUB million 46 148.9 50 575.1 56 059.0
A1 201-1 1 Distributed direct economic value, including: RUB million -44587.3 -41875.6 -51700.3
A1 201-1 1 operating expenses RUB million -7693.4 -7530.0 -9810.2
A1 201-1 1 salaries and other payments to employees (including benefits) RUB million -7 113.9 -8 459.3 -9 881.7
A1 201-1 1 payments to capital providers RUB million -20 296.6 -19 883.5 -22559.2
A1 201-1 1 payments to the government (taxes other than VAT and personal income tax) RUB million -9 459.3 -5 889.6 -9 414.3
A1 201-1 1 community investment; gratis infrastructure and philanthropy RUB million -24.1 -113.2 -34.9
A1 201-1 1 Difference between generated direct economic value and distributed economic value RUB million 1,561.6 8,699.5 4,358.7
Corporate governance
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
A1 2 Remuneration to the Supervisory Board members RUB million 126.6 160.1 161.6
A1 2 Supervisory Board member count number 12 12 12
A1 2 Share of independent directors on the Supervisory Board % 58 67 67
A1 2 Attendance by members at meetings of the Supervisory Board % 98 98 97
Anti-corruption and business ethics
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
A2 205-3 1 Detected corruption cases number 0 0 0
A2 205-3 1 Enquiries from employees about business ethics issues number 2 7 6
A2 205-3 1 Amount of fines received as a result of socio-economic violations RUB 0 0 0
A2 FN-EX-510a.1 1 Amount of fines received as a result of antitrust violations, fraud, insider trading, market manipulation, abuse of power, or other violations of laws applicable to financial institutions RUB 0 0 0
A2 205-2 2 Employees trained in anti-corruption issues, including topics related to business gifts and conflicts of interest number 725 1,084 1,188
A2 205-2 2 Employees informed of existing anti-corruption policies % 45 100 100
A2 205-1 1 Units for which corruption risks were assessed % - 100 100
A2 205-3 1 Lawsuits involving anticompetitive behavior and antitrust violations, pending or completed during the reporting period number 0 0 0
Supply chain management
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
A3 1 Total procurements RUB billion 7.0 4.9 6.9
A3 1 Total number of suppliers number - >220 >240
A3 1 Total amount of goods procured RUB million - - 3.3
A3 1 Total amount of services procured RUB million - - 3.6
A3 204-1 1 Share of procurements made from local suppliers % 99.0 98.3 98.3
A3 IT
A3 1 Amount of procurements RUB thousand - - 5,857,075.22
A3 1 Information services RUB thousand - - 136,244.95
A3 1 Hardware RUB thousand - - 2,242,499.21
A3 1 Software RUB thousand - - 1,799,129.85
A3 1 Software development, implementation and revision RUB thousand - - 1,548,530.62
A3 1 Communications services RUB thousand - - 130,670.60
A3 1 Share of procurements % - 82.8 84.5
A3 Administrative
A3 1 Amount of procurements RUB thousand - - 520,708.62
A3 1 Motor vehicles RUB thousand - - 8,400
A3 1 Procurement of fixed assets and equipment RUB thousand - - 45,544.68
A3 1 Office maintenance RUB thousand - - 48,711.32
A3 1 Construction and operation of buildings RUB thousand - - 418,052.62
A3 1 Share of procurements % - 3.9 7.5
A3 Consulting and insurance services
A3 1 Amount of procurements RUB thousand - - 272,558.08
A3 1 Consulting and professional services RUB thousand - - 184,778.08
A3 1 Insurance RUB thousand - - 87,780.00
A3 1 Share of procurements % - - 4.2
A3 Marketing and PR
A3 1 Amount of procurements RUB thousand - - 146,683.73
A3 1 Events RUB thousand - - 43,095.26
A3 1 Advertising and design RUB thousand - - 98,135.85
A3 1 Gifts and printing RUB thousand - - 5,452.62
A3 1 Share of procurements % - 2.7 2.1
A3 Security
A3 1 Amount of procurements RUB thousand - - 102,508.50
A3 1 Share of procurements % - 0.5 1.5
A3 HR
A3 1 Amount of procurements RUB thousand - - 8,487.46
A3 1 Employee training RUB thousand - - 0
A3 1 HR management RUB thousand - - 8,487.46
A3 1 Share of procurements % - 10.1 0.0
Trusted infrastructure
Trusted and resilient market infrastructure1
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
T3 FN-EX-550a.1 (1) 2 Number of market disruptions number 1 1 0
T3 FN-EX-550a.1 (2) 2 Total downtime of key information systems hours 0.08 0.7 0.0
T3 2 Availability of IT systems % 99.99 99.99 100
T3 2 Number of operational risk incidents number 28 31 18
T3 1 Number of privacy incidents and data breaches in the reporting year number 0 0 0
T3 418-1 1 Number of substantiated customer complaints concerning data privacy and information security number 0 0 0
T3 418-1 1 Number of substantiated government complaints concerning data privacy and information security number 0 0 0
T3 FN-EX-550a.2 (1) 1 Number of data breaches number 0 0 0
T3 FN-EX-550a.2 (2) 1 Percentage of data breaches involving personally identifiable information % 0 0 0
T3 FN-EX-550a.2 (3) 1 Number of clients affected number 0 0 0
T3 1 Financial losses incurred as a result of malfunctions of information security and cybersecurity systems RUB - 0 0
T3 FN-EX-410a.1. 1 Average duration of trading pauses related to volatility (extreme price change or erratic trading) minutes 30 30 -
T3 FN-EX-410a.1 1 Number of trading pauses related to volatility (extreme price change or erratic trading) number 1 2 0
T3 FN-EX-410a.2 1 Share of trades generated by automatic trading systems including algorithmic or high-frequency trading systems in the Equity Market % 52.0 51.4 53.4
T3 FN-EX-410a.2 1 Share of trades generated by automatic trading systems including algorithmic or high-frequency trading systems in the FX Market % 45.9 45.9 45.9
T3 FN-EX-410a.2 1 Share of trades made by automatic trading systems including algorithmic or high-frequency trading systems in the Derivatives Market % 59.7 61.9 59.7
Environmental impact
Resourse efficiency and environmental impact1
№ of ESG indicator GRI Standards SASB Reporting perimeter2 Indicator Unit of measurement 2019 2020 2021
year year year
T3 302-1 1 Energy consumption
T3 302-1 1 Electricity consumption, total TJ 58.1 55.0 56.6
T3 302-1 1 Electricity consumption, data centers TJ 18.3 19.9 20.6
T3 302-1 1 Heat consumption TJ 19.2 16.7 21.6
T3 302-1 1 Petrol and diesel fuel consumption, total liters, thousand 77.9 52.2 58.4
T3 302-1 1 Diesel fuel consumption liters, thousand 7.2 5.9 8.8
T3 302-1 1 Petrol consumption liters, thousand 70.7 46.3 49.6
T3 302-1 1 Petrol and diesel fuel consumption, total TJ 2.56 1.7 1.9
T3 302-1 1 Diesel fuel consumption TJ 0.26 0.2 0.3
T3 302-1 1 Petrol consumption TJ 2.3 1.5 1.6
T3 302-1 1 Energy consumption, total TJ 79.9 73.4 80.1
T3 302-3 1 Energy intensity per revenue GJ/RUB million of revenue 1.85 1.51 1.46
T3 302-3 1 Electricity intensity per revenue, data centers GJ/RUB million of revenue 0.42 0.41 0.38
T3 302-3 1 Energy intensity per employee GJ/person 47.56 40.44 40.37
T3 1 GHG emissions
T3 305-1 1 Direct GHG emissions (based on fuel consumption and coefficients pursuant to Order of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation No. 15-r, dated 16 April 2015), Sсоре 1 t CO₂ 233.7 119.9 132.9
T3 305-1 1 Direct GHG emissions (based on vehicle passport characteristics), Scope 1 t CO₂ 96.6 72.8 63.6
T3 305-2 1 Indirect GHG emissions from purchased electricity (location-based), Scope 2 t CO₂ 3,966.3 3 626,5 3,838.2
T3 305-2 1 Indirect GHG emissions from electricity consumption (market-based), Scope 2 t CO₂ - - 2,939.6
T3 305-2 1 Indirect СО2 emissions from purchased heat (location-based), Scope 2 t CO₂ 1 188,9 1 029,2 1 331,9
T3 305-2 1 Gross indirect CO2 emissions from purchased electricity and heat, Scope 2 t CO₂ 5 155,1 4 656,7 4 271,6
T3 305-3 1 Indirect GHG emissions, business trips by air, Scope 3 t CO₂ 264.5 30.6 32.1
T3 305-3 1 Indirect GHG emissions, business trips by rail, Scope 3 t CO₂ 3 0 1
T3 305-3 1 Indirect GHG emissions from transmission of purchased electricity, Scope 3 t CO₂ 380.2 381.4 373.6
T3 305-3 1 Indirect CO2 emissions from transmission of purchased heat, Scope 3 t CO₂ 108.8 96.3 149.9
T3 305-4 1 GHG emission intensity per revenue, Scope 1 and 2 t CO2/RUB million of revenue 0.12 0.10 0.08
T3 305-4 1 GHG emission intensity per employee, Scope 1 and 2 t CO2/person 3.1 2.6 2.2
T3 1 Gross GHG emissions (Scope 1, 2, 3) t CO₂ 6145.6 5284.5 4961.3
T3 1 Water consumption and waste water disposal
T3 303-3 303-5 1 Water consumption, total m3, thousand 25.2 22.2 24.3
T3 303-3 303-5 1 Water consumption per revenue m3/RUB million of revenue 0.6 0.5 0.4
T3 1 Water consumption per employee m3/person 15.0 12.2 12.2
T3 303-4 1 Water discharge m3, thousand 28.2 25.0 27.2
T3 1 Waste management
T3 306-3 1 Waste generated, total t 243.2 243.7 297.6
T3 306-3 1 Waste generated, hazard class I t 0.30 0.30 0.38
T3 306-3 1 Waste generated, hazard class II t 0.2 2.6 1.3
T3 306-3 1 Waste generated, hazard class III t 0.10 0.40 0.12
T3 306-3 1 Waste generated, hazard class IV t 196.8 207.8 266.8
T3 306-3 1 Waste generated, hazard class V t 45.8 32.6 29.0
T3 306-3 1 Waste generation intensity per revenue t/RUB million of revenue 0.006 0.005 0.005
T3 306-3 1 Waste generation intensity per employee t/person 0.14 0.12 0.15
T3 306-5 1 Waste directed to processing t 7.4 3.0 5.8
T3 306-5 1 Waste directed to disposal t 20.9 8.1 4.0
T3 306-5 1 Waste sent for detoxification and recycling t 3.6 5.5 4.8
T3 306-5 1 Waste sent for storage t 0 0 0
T3 306-5 1 Waste sent for burial t 216.9 227.1 283
T3 306-5 1 Paper procured packages, thousand 15.8 6.0 5.6
T3 306-5 1 Paper waste generated t 23.2 11.2 21.9
T3 306-5 1 Environmental expenditures and investments, total RUB thousand 4,365.30 3,127.60 4 629,6
T3 306-5 1 Expenditures and investments for prevention of air pollution and climate change RUB thousand 1.1 0.0 898.5
T3 306-5 1 Expenditures and investments for collection and treatment of wastewater RUB thousand 2,765.0 1692.2 1,973.3
T3 306-5 1 Expenditures and investments for waste management RUB thousand 1,487.14 773.96 1,296.80
T3 306-5 1 Expenditures and investments for other areas of environmental protection RUB thousand 166 200 477
T3 307-1 1 Non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations cases 0 0 0

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